Venice is a city that must be seen in your lifetime.
Venice is known for its access to water which provides the city with an unmistakable charm that other cities don’t have. No matter where you go, you are within walking distance of a canal that is constantly used to move people around (we will get to transportation on the next slide).
These canals, however, provide picturesque views that make it seem like the city was designed with the 21st-century smartphone in mind. Walking through the city is like walking through a series of the most beautiful Italian portraits in the world.
The places you go also have an unmistakable charm to them because they operate in a city like none other. Take, for example, Libreria Acqua Alta, a bookstore in the heart of the city. Each book display was made into a boat so that, when the city inevitably floods, they can continue to do business without missing a step. You don’t see this in other cities.
When you travel to one of the other islands in the lagoon, whether it’s Murano, Burano, or Lido, you will find an architectural structure that is incredibly old yet powerful painted with an astounding array of colors. These little touches give the city an unmistakable charm that has tourists constantly coming back for more.